A few nice architecture bathroom design images I found:
Image from page 30 of “Fireproof construction for houses and other buildings at moderate cost” (1910)
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Title: Fireproof construction for houses and other buildings at moderate cost
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: National Fire Proofing Comapny
Subjects: House construction Tile construction Hollow tiles Architecture, Domestic
Publisher: Pittsburgh : National Fire Proofing Co.
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
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4 inch steel rods used for 12 and 18 foot spans. The main part of the house is 34 ft. by 58 ft., and the extension is 20 ft. by 26 ft. 8 inches,containing 18 rooms and 3 bathrooms in all. There is hot water heating and electric light throughout. This house was not built 1 a specialist in any form of construction, but by a New Yorkbuilder, schooled in the old ways, who has found the new ones easy. The stable illustrated onpage 66, was also constructed of Natco Hollow Tile. NATCO HOLLOWTILE NATIONAL FIRE -PROOFINGWl -COMPANY- Wl
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Residence at Clifton, Pennsylvania. Alexander M. Adams, Philadelphia, Architect This is a striking example of the adaptability of Natco Hollow Tile for residence construction.The walls from the second story up are constructed of 8 inch Natco Hollow Tile and the founda-tions and first story are of stone. The floors are wood and the roof slate. The tile is coveredwith white stucco which gives a very pleasing efFect, when used with the white stone. The househas ii rooms and one bathroom. NATCOHOLLOWTILE NATIONAL FIRE • PROOFINGS -COMPANY- If W$k pp5* -si HE-^)fy 4i ^ 1 t – – Residence at Sewickley, Pennsylvani Janssen & Abbott, Pittsburgh, Architects. This house is of the Italian country style of architecture, which is especiall] noted for itssimplicity of design. The walls are constructed of 12 inch Natco Hollow Tile and the foundationsare also of 12 inch Tile, thereby insuring a perfectly dry and vermin proof cellar. The floorsare wood and the roof shingle. The outside finish
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